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We All Came Home: Army and Navy Nurse POWs In World War II


Published 1985


We All Came Home: Army and Navy Nurse POWs In World War II
NTIS No.: AVA14014VNB1

Documentary about the first U.S. women prisoners of war, the "Angels of Corregidor," who were captured after the fall of Bataan and Corregidor.

Includes interviews/oral histories with some of the ex-POW nurses.

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Run time 27 minutes 51 seconds
Producer United States. Department of Defense
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

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Reviewer: silentcrow - - January 19, 2015
Subject: Awesome Women of Courage
I had the honor of working on the production crew of the interview portion of this video. I got to hang out with these ladies for 2 days. They were wonderful and had so many more stories to tell. I was a nursing student at the time and meeting these ladies helped to shape the kind of nurse I became. It looks a bit dated now but at the time that was DOV state of the art.
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